PEDA has joined forces with Keystone Edge web magazine (see KeystoneEdge.com) to create a series of feature stories profiling the next generation of economic development professionals. We are seeking the help of our membership in identifying young professionals that you believe would offer an engaging perspective on how younger people are shaping what's next in local or regional economic and community development.
As a guide, the best candidates for these features would be in the 22 to 40 age range and currently or recently spearheading unique and/or high-impact economic and community development projects in urban, suburban, or rural markets. The intent of the Keystone Edge partnership and the forthcoming features is to show the magazine's readers that economic development is a contemporary and compelling career path for recent graduates and younger professionals looking to make a difference in their communities. Responses can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These features are projected to reach more than 30,000 readers from across Pennsylvania and border state markets with the first feature running in either the August or September edition of Keystone Edge.
For more information on Keystone Edge - and to subscribe to monthly email editions - go to KeystoneEdge.com/about.